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Supplemental Material for Aughey et al., 2020

posted on 2020-11-17, 17:29 authored by Gabriel N. Aughey, Caroline Delandre, John P. D. McMullen, Tony D. Southall, Owen J. Marshall
Fig S1 contains a map of the pFlyORF-TaDa plasmid and details of the linker region after flippase conversion of FlyORF lines.

Fig S2 provides a suggested crossing scheme to generate converted FlyORF-TaDa lines

Fig S3 shows the correlation of regular TaDa and FlyORF-TaDa replicates used in this study

Fig S4 shows enriched GO terms for genes covered by MRG15 peaks in neural stem cells


Article title

FlyORF-TaDa allows rapid generation of new lines for in vivo cell-type specific profiling of protein-DNA interactions in Drosophila melanogaster

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